Siberian Weasels are a large species of weasel. They have a body length between 30 and 40.5 cms (12 - 15.9 inches), a tail length between 18 and 25.5 cms (7 - 10 inches) and they weigh approximately 57 g (2 oz). They are pale/yellowish brown in colour although they can be darker or redder in different parts of their range. Sometimes their tail has a dark brown tip and almost always their muzzle has some white colouration.

Diet Edit

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Siberian Weasels are ferocious and efficient predators. They mainly feed up on Mice, Lizards, Small Birds, Eggs and Insects.

Species of Weasels

Tropical Weasel | Mountain Weasel | Short-tailed Weasel | Colombian Weasel | Long-tailed Weasel | Japanese Weasel | Yellow-bellied Weasel | Indonesian Mountain Weasel | Least Weasel | Malayan Weasel | Siberian Weasel | Back-striped Weasel | Egyptian Weasel | African Striped Weasel | Patagonian Weasel